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Opinion: White House Surveillance System Erase Gate?

Based on recent incidents, an action plan and refocus needs to start now to address each and every aspect, everything, for both the physical and electronic security systems at the White House.


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A report developed by the San Diego Police Department for the City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee revealed that the use of body cameras by police officers has led to fewer complaints by residents since the city’s experiment that tested the equipment. SSI Staff · March 26, 2015

Biometrics provider CLEAR will integrate its scanning kiosks into the TSA’s existing Pre-Check system. SSI Staff · March 26, 2015

As systems have become increasingly network-based, installing security contractors must learn to collaborate with IT departments. That is easier said than done. Here are tips to help foster a good foundation for a sustainable relationship. By Minu Youngkin · March 25, 2015

Icontrol plans to compete with Alarm.com, Honeywell and Telguard by offering its Icontrol One security/home automation platform to independent security dealers and integrators. Julie Jacobson · March 24, 2015

Secret Service Director Joseph P. Clancy admitted his agency erased video surveillance footage of agents driving into a barricade that blocked off a bomb-threat investigation 72 hours after the incident. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

ProtectWise, founded by network security industry pioneer Scott Chasin, unveils a “cloud DVR” that delivers real-time and automated retroactive threat detection. SSI Staff · March 24, 2015

The TSA included a reminder about the bats and other prohibited sporting goods in its annual spring-break travel tips this week, under the category of sporting goods. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

According to police, the man accused of attacking TSA agents at a New Orleans airport was armed with Molotov cocktails and a barbeque lighter. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

Washington Dulles International Airport officials are testing out facial recognition technology that will help to investigate individuals flying to the U.S. from another country. SSI Staff · March 23, 2015

Based on recent incidents, an action plan and refocus needs to start now to address each and every aspect, everything, for both the physical and electronic security systems at the White House. Jeff Zwirn · March 23, 2015




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